Until now, there are three new jailbreak tools, which were and will be released soon for iOS 11 – 11.1.2 versions. So, keep reading this post find out the differences among them and choose the one that you like most.
Saurik, the creator of jailbreak, revealed an interesting thing that there are currently three jailbreaks in the pipeline. All the three tools relate to iOS 11 firmware and are based on both the Google Project Zero’s kernel exploit and the Xerub’s KPPless technique.
That means all of these tools will come with the same exploits, but they still have some slight differences from each other. According to Saurik, one of the three tools will be different from the other one since it won’t opt for the “jailbreakd” daemon, which is an integral part of all jailbreaks until now.
Three Jailbreak Tools For iOS 11 Version
Below are three tools mentioned above. Some of them have already been released and available to the public, and you can easily install them on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch just in a few minutes
- LiberiOS Jailbreak
LiberiOS is a publicly recently available and it’s the most reliable jailbreak till now. It’s developed by Jonathan Levin, aka Morpheus, and supports the iOS 11-11.1.2 versions and is not limited to exclusive developers or advanced users. However, it can be safely used by the general users too.
To jailbreak your iOS 11 device using LiberiOS, simply follow these steps below to get it
- First, download the jailbreak tool from this link
- Continue to download Cydia Impactor to sideload the jailbreak app
- Extract the Impactor and launch the file
- Now, drag and drop the jailbreak IPA file into Cydia Impactor Window
- You are now asked to enter your Apple ID into it
- Once done, wait for the process to complete and then go to Settings > General > Profile & Device Management and trust your email.
- Now, launch the app and tap on Do it
- Wait for a few seconds and your phone has successfully been jailbroken. Cydia app will then appear on the home screen.
Also see: How To Install Deezer++ On iPhone Without Jailbreak
- Panga Jailbreak
to.panga is another jailbreak tool for iOS 11-11.1.2, which was developed by Abraham Masri aka Cheesecakeufo. But it is not as stable as LiberiOS and is designed for only iOS developers.
- CoolStar’s Jailbreak
Developer Coolstar is working on the async_wake exploit for a long period. He is in a serious progress on the day-to-day basis and recently got the code injection in any iOS process. This tool comes with the standard “jailbreakd” daemon, which makes it hard to ascertain and is a greatly different jailbreak.
This is the first time that three different tools are being released for a single iOS version. It can be seen as a huge development when there are multiple tools available at one time. Furthermore, these improved alternatives are welcomed into the groups of jailbreaking tools as well.